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24 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 3 - July 9, 1998 Births Olympics Continued from page 22 f0rcement Torch Run. Leadership Award - Dave Frederick, Lewes, was honored for his tireless leadership in the Lewes Polar Bear Plunge. In Feb- ruary 1998, the polar bears raised more than $125,000 for Special Olympics, by finding sponsors to support their plunge into the frigid Atlantic Ocean. Unified Partner Award - Alli- son Nolt, 14, Seaford. Unified Sports combines athletes with and without disabilities on the same team, to compete against other Unified teams. Nolt became a Unified partner four years ago, when she helped introduce the first Unified swim team in Delaware. She most recently part- nered with a special athlete - her uncle, Barry Nolt. She assists with coaching and fundraising for her team, the Landsharks. Outstanding Coach - Joanne Cunningham, Wilmington. Coach of the Brandywine Social Club for eight years, she is head coach of- volleyball, basketball, bocce and tennis. She coached Delaware Special Olympics' tennis team, which competed in the 1995 World Games. Cunningham has garnered the respect of her ath- letes and peers for her coaching knowledge and style, exemplify- ing the true spirit of sports and sportsmanship. Outstanding Program of the Year - Mary Campbell Center, Wilmington. The Mary Campbell Center program demonstrates in- tense commitment to quality train- ing. It has expanded sports oppor- tunities for its athletes to include Unified Sports and a growing community youth program. Outstanding Family - Yonker family, Milford. Special Olympics is a part of family life for the Yonkers. Every winter, they commits countless, grueling hours traversing Delaware and Pennsylvania, ensuring that ath- letes from southern Delaware - in- cluding son Danny - have an op- portunity to participate in Alpine skiing. The athletes train in Penn- sylvania and compete in New Jer- sey. The family's support of Delaware Special Olympics has been invaluable. Outstanding Corporation - DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Company. Presenting sponsor of Delaware Special Olympics' bas- ketball tournament for the last three years, DuPont Merck has committed the talents and re- sources of more than 350 employ- ees, who together create the en- thusiasm and the energy that make basketball a premier tournament in the year-round sports season. Outstanding Visual and Edito- rial Arts, "Delaware State News." For more than 20 years, the "Delaware State News" has cov- ered Delaware Special Olympics' many events and the athletes' growing accomplishments. Last year, it prepared nearly four pages of coverage on the 1997 Summer Peggy Carmine, who raised more than $1,000 in 1997 for Special Olympics, is honored for her dedication and sup- port. She is shown with the 1997 Athlete of the Year, Ja- son Stevenson. Games, helping to increase the community's awareness of Delaware Special Olympics, its athletes and its mission. 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